Head over to Cover By Numbers and vote in their poll of Journey’s eternally-sung-by-everyone-in-the-bar hit Don’t Stop Believin’. Hell, of the 4 versions listed, the even include Family Guy’s Peter Griffin and the rest doing their best Steve Perry.
Ready to Remember by DJ Bahler “Ready For the Floor” by the Hot Chip + “Do You Remember” by Jay Sean Ft. Sean Paul & Lil Jon with “Starlight” by Muse + “Flex-it Formula” by Professor Murder (via micheleonel)
Blister In the Sun by Still Standing originally by Violent Femmes
Identical twins Justin and Johnny Coppolino were born in Trenton, New Jersey. At an early age Justin (Bass/Vocals) and Johnny (Guitar/Vocals) learned to play music together growing up in house full of their father’s guitars. After meeting Alex Zarzycki, a drummer with a skill set and passion for music that matched their own, they formed Still Standing. Performing throughout the Philadelphia alternative/punk scene, they developed a sound that stood out among the crowds.
Still Standing soon established a strong regional fan base and decided it was time to make the move to LA. They began recording with producer Tommy Henriksen (Clear Static) who produced a six song EP followed by an eye-opening tour with Alice Cooper. Their fan base grew daily as they toured the US and played venues such as the House of Blues, The Whisky, and The Viper Room.